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Posted on:1/11/09 7:17 PM
Last Updated:1/12/09 8:52 AM
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CathyWeeks said... (2/6/09 9:44 PM) Reply
LeiseeLou, I don't see why not. The pattern only has 3 pieces to it - a circle for the top, the crown, and the brim. You could draft the smaller size, and then make a single-sided muslin in an hour or so, to check sizing.
LeiseeLou said... (1/31/09 7:26 PM) Reply
What a great job! Lovely hat, too cute (and so is your little girl)! Would this be a simple pattern to scale up/down? I'd like to make it for little children (toddler size)...
MHW said... (1/28/09 4:45 PM) Reply
Thanks for the good review, your sizing comments helped me make mine the right size.
Mary Nanna said... (1/14/09 1:20 AM) Reply
LOVE LOVE LOVE the cute little flower detail. Did I say I love it?
j222b said... (1/13/09 7:33 PM) Reply
This is so cute and a FREE pattern to boot. I think I will make one as a purely decorative hat on a cute hat stand for my bedroom bureau to add some oomph to my bedroom.
CathyWeeks said... (1/13/09 11:37 AM) Reply
Sherrill, et. al, thanks for the great comments. I did add a tip/technique called "fleece chrysanthemum" to PR on how to make the flower.
patsijean said... (1/12/09 1:53 PM) Reply
Thank you for this review. I downloaded the pattern and instructions to use as gifts for friends. They are both sensitive to light (migraine headaches) and these hats will be a stylish way to help keep them at bay.
sewtime said... (1/12/09 11:50 AM) Reply
Love hats, and yours is so cute!!! Your daughter is adorable!!
Elke said... (1/12/09 8:59 AM) Reply
Great job, your dd looks very cute in this adorable hat!
Nancy Rhodes said... (1/12/09 8:32 AM) Reply
The brim treatment is fabulous... classy hat you have there...
Rustybobn said... (1/12/09 8:30 AM) Reply
I love that! Good job. It looks so cheerful, yet warm.
Ody said... (1/11/09 11:49 PM) Reply
Cathy, Your dd looks so cute in that hat! It is absolutely adorable.
Sherril Miller said... (1/11/09 10:59 PM) Reply
Very cute hat. I'd love to see a tute on making the flower.
renren said... (1/11/09 9:11 PM) Reply
Hat and daughter are cute and adorable! Thanks for the heads-up on a free pattern.
AnneMarie60 said... (1/11/09 8:32 PM) Reply
You did a great job! Wonderful fabric and techniques. Your beautiful flower with button embellishment is so fun. Your DD is adorable!
MissCelie said... (1/11/09 7:51 PM) Reply
I love and adore hats. You're right. This is super cute.
 
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